The Omega 5000 Terminal Automation System has been designed with distributed processing in mind to allow for multiple levels of fallback operation. For example, if communications to a Host Mainframe is interrupted then the system can be operated without the host. Similarly the Truck loading controllers can operate in a standalone mode when required.
As is the case with most computer system implementations, systems designed for facilities such as oil terminals must be based on fundamental assumptions about the business requirements of the operating company.
The installation of automation systems for downstream distribution at terminals and bulk depots should provide much more than simple electronic metering. It should streamline the operations at bulk terminals: providing new services to customers and providing to the bulk supplier a variety of methods for implementing a market strategy and managing its business.
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